Increasingly, politics has become a career path in which the drawbacks outweigh the incentives and the risks are greater than the rewards.
Ottawa's longtime mayor – who announced Friday he won't be running for re-election – praised as a "strong advocate" for local entrepreneurs.
Mayor announced Friday that he is moving on from the job he has held for nearly the last 12 years when his current term ends.
Longtime city employee became a familiar face as he oversaw construction of the $2.1-billion Confederation Line.
New rules would translate into an annual discount of about $1,000 for a business property assessed at $600,000 that now pays about $15,000 a year in taxes.
Eatery owners argued the 10-customer, one-size-fits-all cap was unfair to owners of larger establishments.
Proposal calls for an 11-storey and a 10-storey tower with a total of 159 suites.
Wellington West merchants say they're confused by lack of clear set of rules regarding guidelines for getting back in business.
Plan for controversial addition to the iconic downtown hotel will now go to full council for consideration on Feb. 24.
The money will go to musicians whose livelihoods have been upended by the COVID-19 crisis.